the trial where a jury will deliver a verdict after it has heard all of the evidence, see trial, non-jury.
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This applies to a trust that states what its assets will be used for.
This term is applied to a person with fixed address or a person on his way through one state into another state.
a term for the illegal attempt to get a confession from a suspected criminal.
a term that means the restraint, moderation and to refrain from an excess.
the name of a statute or a law or the brief description of item purpose and nature.
to intentionally falsify facts to gain something for your own benefit or to defraud.
the typed or written copy of the court reporter’s notes that have been taken down during a trial.
See income tax.
a practice that will allow a defendant to bring a third party into a case.
federal law that was enacted in 1947 giving rights to employees and employers where strikes are legal and other union deals.
a term for a period of time that si line with a contract’s provisions.
the situation where the defendant brings into the case a third person as he believes the person is involved with him in the law suit.
This term applies to the trial jury that is not the grand jury who offers an indictment but doesn’t try the case.
the term given to a trust whose operation is dependent on an event in the future.
the term that is used when one person interferes with a person who is enjoying his own property
the name given to the immunity to incriminating yourself that is granted a witness by a court.
This term applies to revenue losses of a federal government due to it granting a special tax benefit to some tax payers.
an offer by a person who has committed wrong to right that wrong by paying a sum of money to the person he has wronged.
a slang term for serving time in jail.
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